One case about replacing culverts in Washington state could end up influencing larger decisions about native rights in places like Bears Ears and Standing Rock.
The DOE's new programs will also support improvement in English proficiency.
The movement in Standing Rock was a vision of ourselves, as Native people: imperfect, beautiful, alive in the face of colonialism, and still rising.
On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Henry Red Cloud is leading a movement toward a sustainable energy future.
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, award-winning journalist Kathleen Sharp discusses her feature story on the Hopi community.
Lessons from the Haida, who fought the government of Canada for sovereignty—and actually won.
A long, tortured history with colonizers makes the conventional aspirations of success not applicable to California Indians.
Trump's decision to roll back Utah's national monument protections is as much a threat to tribal sovereignty as it is to the environment.
In his new book-length poem, Tommy Pico sends up Hollywood and literary archetypes with a protagonist who begrudges the great outdoors.
Do the last few weeks mark a turning point for environmental activism?
From an angry tweet to an actual change.
Genetic studies of living Native Americans and ancient remains are revising our theories about America’s first inhabitants.